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Become a paralegal

Become a paralegal PLDZ-1221
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Paralegals generally must have some formal education to find employment. Community colleges typically offer two-year programs to become a paralegal, while colleges and universities feature four-year programs. While some organizations will hire candidates with a two-year degree or certificate, the National Federation of Paralegals Association asserts that employers are increasingly requiring paralegals to possess a four-year degree and recommends that all aspiring paralegals work toward a bachelor’s degree. Bachelor’s degree programs in paralegal studies and legal studies are both common. Most professional organizations, including the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) and the National Federation of Paralegals (NFP), recommend choosing a program that is approved by the American Bar Association (ABA). You can find out more about available paralegal programs through our Paralegal Degree Center

Paralegals generally must have some formal education to find employment. Community colleges typically offer two-year programs to become a paralegal, while colleges and universities feature four-year programs. While some organizations will hire candid
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